Kelly Cederberg

Adjunct Lecturer in Landscape Architecture

Landscape Architecture
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning
Kelly Cederberg


Areas of Expertise

  • Design thinking
  • Parks and public spaces
  • Landscape design and site analysis
  • Urban design

Kelly Cederberg, MLA, is an assistant professor in the School of Landscape Architecture and Planning. Her research interests involve design retrofits in urban environments that enhance watershed health. Currently, her primary focus is on strategies for the redesign and repurposing of golf courses in order to conserve water, enhance wildlife habitat and provide amenities that promote health and community. She currently teaches Design Studio I, Landscape Analysis and co-teaches the Interdisciplinary Urban Design Studio downtown.

Kelly previously worked as a landscape designer for Sites Southwest LLC in Albuquerque, NM and holds a Master of Landscape Architecture degree from the University of Arizona.